Dana Point Rehab Campus is proud to announce a $500 humanitarian scholarship award for students attending undergraduate or graduate programs. Currently, there are two iterations of the award available – one for summer 2021 and one for winter 2021.
To earn the award, students must be over the age of 18 and write a 500-word essay explaining how the scholarship would help them in their quest for higher learning.
In particular, students must cite a personal example of how they have contributed to their community in a humanitarian or philanthropic way. Essays should also mention people or ideologies that have influenced and inspired the student to pursue an education in the health or human services field.
Overall, Dana Point Rehab Campus is seeking students that have the passion and skills to positively influence and advocate for social responsibility in health care.
In addition to offering this scholarship, Dana Point Rehab Campus is one of the more well-known drug rehab centers in California that provide top quality care for individuals struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Through detox and residential inpatient treatment services, Dana Point Rehab Campus has helped many people struggling with substance abuse get back on their feet.
Because social responsibility is a key value for Dana Point Rehab Campus, the organization feels that identifying and rewarding students that share the same mission is the best way to improve the future of healthcare.
The deadline to apply for the winter award is November 30, 2021, while the summer deadline is August 31, 2021. Interested students can apply online by going to the Dana Point Rehab Campus website.
About Dana Point Rehab Campus
Dana Point Rehab Campus is a drug and alcohol rehab in Orange County, California offering a fully integrated facility designed for dual diagnosis drug & alcohol abuse patients. Our program has been thoughtfully designed to individualize treatment for each client. Treatment at Dana Point Rehab Campus begins with a biopsychosocial and medical evaluation by a medical doctor and a psychologist/psychiatrist on staff. Our services include medical detox in Orange County, inpatient rehab, intensive outpatient therapy (PHP & IOP), and residential treatment (RTC.) We also offer Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT, including Suboxone, Vivitrol, and Naltrexone.)